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Teacher Reflection - MEF Concept Lessons

Teacher Reflection – MEF Concept Lessons

 

 

Extent to which student achieved MEF goals for lesson.  Provide specific examples of why and how objectives were achieved.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Extent to which teacher objectives were achieved for the lesson.  Provide specific examples of how these were achieved.

 

 

 

Space Awareness

SPACE AWARENESS

MOVEMENT EDUCATION FRAMEWORK

MOVEMENT CONCEPTS,
CATEGORIES & ELEMENTS

The largest grouping of basic components and the

most critical – CONCEPT

Grouping of movement elements within a movement concept – CATEGORY

Most specific description of the movement. This represents the actual movement that is done – ELEMENT(S)

Building a Word Bank

Space Awareness (or Space)

Place where action occurs

The Space concept is divided into 5 categories:

 

Space Activities

Exploring the concept of Self-Space

1)    While standing in self space all by yourself, move your arms in as many places as possible around your body.  Pretend that you are on the middle of shark infested waters and that all your friends are on islands of their own. 

Movement Education Framework Introduction

 

MOVEMENT EDUCATION FRAMEWORK: INTRODUCTION

 

Aim of movement framework

 

develop awareness of self in physical activity

 

develop awareness of body and capacities

 

Focus of movement framework

contribute to general education of learner

 

 

 



 

MEF Core Content Template

Date

 

School

 

Grade

 

Core Content Area

 

MEF Concept Lesson Plan Template

Date

School

Grade

MEF Concept

 

 

Group Members

Game Skills

 

GAME SKILLS

KINESIOLOGY 3550

 

Purpose of Game Skills

 

Provide instruction for learners which will help them become skillful games players who enjoy participating in games

All learners can improve in games playing skills

All learners should be able to reach their full potential

Individual differences should be accommodated


EDUCATIONAL GAMES

Assumptions:

Most games require open skills

Final Exam

KINE 3550 

Final Exam Review - Fall 2008

You may bring all materials with you to the exam.

 

Exam is worth 50 points

Part A - Multiple Choice

  1. questions on overall MEF
  2. Definitions from glossary
  3. Questions from Educational Games

Part B - True/False

  1. General questions on all elements

Part C & D - Multiple Choice

  1. Task Analysis type of questions

Effort Awareness

Effort Awareness – Movement Framework Approach

Aspects and Examples

 

Effort Component

Developing the Concept of Time

Fast and Slow

Help children develop a functional understanding of the concept of time by contrasting fast and slow actions of total body and body parts

Focusing on acceleration and deceleration

 

 

 

 

Exploring Force

Force is a contrast of muscular tensions

 

Effort Activities

Activities – Effort Component

 

Exploring Time

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